We should continue to see broken cloud and sunny spells throughout the afternoon. Highs of 18C (64F).
Overnight, the dry weather will continue with things staying relatively clear. Temperatures getting down to 13C (55F).
Tomorrow, cloud will build through the morning ahead of some showery rain that will affect the region for much of the day.
We could see one or two heavier bursts at times as well as the odd break before things start to settle down in the evening. Feeling cooler with highs of 16C (61F).
Businesses have placed banners on verges along the A591 close to the Staveley junction near Kendal, in Cumbria, in a bid to attract trade.
Firms said they had seen a dip in trade since Storm Desmond in December.
The Lake District National Park Authority has suggested a compromise of a single shared sign.
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Carlisle will host the beginning of Stage 2 of the Tour of Britain. It will start at 11:00 on Monday 5 September, it's been announced today.
The route has been planned to include some of the areas worst hit by December's floods.
The cyclists will ride from Carlisle to Kendal, on a 117-mile course taking in Penrith, Cockermouth, Keswick and Ambleside.
Race organisers met in Carlisle earlier today and Colin Glover, leader of Carlisle City Council, described the event as "inspiring" for the city.
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A 25-year-old Carlisle man has been jailed for nine years after admitting conspiring to supply heroin.
Stuart Hardy, from Scalegate Road, was intercepted by the police last August as he travelled on the A66 with £20,000 worth of the class A drug.
Carlisle Crown Court heard how Hardy was "senior in the hierarchy" and a "serious player" in a conspiracy that saw more than a kilo of heroin smuggled into the county.
We should continue to see broken cloud and sunny spells for a while although some thicker cloud develop throughout the afternoon. Highs of 18C (64F)
Overnight, this dry weather continues with things staying relatively clear. Temperatures getting down to 13C (55F).
Her anthropomorphic tales of Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle Duck and Squirrel Nutkin have made Beatrix Potter one of Britain’s best-loved authors, for children and adults alike.
But it is one spiky animal in particular which perhaps owes most to the writer who would have celebrated her 150th birthday tomorrow.
One of her most famous books features a very prickly character, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle the hedgehog washerwoman but as well as being staple bedtime reading, the story also changed our attitude to the garden visitor.
Ecologist and author Hugh Warwick explains more here.
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Workington Town will get their round of Super 8s fixtures under way at Oldham on Sunday 7 August.
They'll also be away on the final day with a trip to Halifax on 18 September.
Whitehaven get their Super 8s campaign going at home to Bradford Bulls on 7 August before facing Swinton at the Recreation Ground on the final day.
The two West Cumbrian sides will meet at Derwent Park on Sunday 21 August.
A man from Workington has been jailed after a crime spree across three Cumbrian towns.
Darren Hilland, 35, tried to hide stolen goods in his trousers in Whitehaven's B&M store in May and broke into a garage on the same day.
At Carlisle Crown Court, he admitted seven offences included thefts in both Wigton and Workington as well as possessing two offensive weapons.
Hilland from Lakeside View in Workington was sentenced to 12 months in prison.
A second man, Andrew Monkhouse, 39, admitted jointly committing the Wigton crimes. Monkhouse, of Sarsfield Road, Workington, was jailed for three days having already spent time in custody.
The last public event where people can find out more about plans for a nuclear power station in West Cumbria takes place today.
Nugen, the company behind proposals for three nuclear reactors at Moorside, next to Sellafield, is holding a drop-in event at Whitehaven.
The event started at 11:00 at the Civic Hall and people can talk to Nugen representatives and find out about the project.
It's the last in a series of events as part of a second consultation, before the company seeks planning permission for the plant next year.
The Lake District National Park says it's not acted heavy-handedly after sending letters to some south Cumbrian businesses warning them to take down advertising signs or face fines of more than £2,000.
The authority's faced criticism from businesses in Staveley near Kendal who put up the signs to draw in passing trade after a bridge in the village was destroyed by the winter storms.
This is an example of the sort of sign that needs to be removed:
Here are examples of signs that are allowed:
The National park says it's sympathetic to Staveley traders but temporary signs should be removed to reduce the amount of "clutter" on the roadside and that "one shared sign would be better" .
The pharmaceuticals company GlaxoSmithKline has announced a £275m expansion of its UK manufacturing sites - but none of the new investment will come to its site in Ulverston.
GSK says the UK remains an "attractive location" despite the vote to leave the EU.
The company will expand its operations in Barnard Castle, Hertfordshire and Scotland.
In Ulverston it is already investing £330m building a biopharm manufacturing facility.
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Carlisle United have been drawn with Blackburn Rovers, Fleetwood Town and Oldham Athletic in Group D of the new-look EFL Trophy.
Each team will play each other once, either home or away, with the top two sides progressing through to the knockout stages.
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From Radio 1 airplay to entertaining Eliza Doolittle, jangle pop duo Her's have made quite the impression on the music front.
If you're thinking of heading out on to the fells today, here's the fells forecast:
We'll find out more about the Cumbrian stage of the 2016 Tour of Britain today.
Race organisers will be explaining the route between Carlisle and Kendal today at the city's Old Town Hall.
Some of the world's best cyclists will pass through the communities that were hit worst by winter's flooding during the 188.2km stage in September.